Issue : 14 August 2013
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Before I started my nursing course last September, I excitedly trawled through articles, forums and blogs looking for every single piece of information I could find about being a student nurse.
On the adult branch we’re mainly guided by a medical model, patients’ physical care needs are at the forefront of all interventions and conversations.
Currently, I am on my summer holidays following my first year as a student nurse.
Constant critical comment from politicians and media commentators chips away at nurses’ confidence and optimism about their roles, says Josie Irwin
Working as a student children’s nurse, I can sometimes feel like the meanest, least popular person on the planet.
Six parts of the country are to host pilot sites for the government’s controversial pre-nursing experience policy, it has been announced.
People who suffer a head injury and require an ambulance should be taken straight to hospitals with resuscitation equipment, according to new guidelines.
July - the month in which Prince George of Cambridge was born - is often the busiest month for births, figures suggest.
About 1.6 million people a year are admitted to hospital for diseases that can be caused by smoking, according to a new report.
A bring-your-own device (BYOD) policy for iPads and similar technology can help nurses deliver better patient care, a US expert has claimed.